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Preventing MRSA

March 11, 2019

In our national fight against MRSA, we’ve hit a plateau. The CDC has a recommendation of following a strict regimen for preventing staph infections in hospitals, nursing homes, and other care centers; it’s worked, but since 2013 we haven’t kept that momentum going. MRSA can get serious quickly, so here’s some info as well as […]

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Widespread Flu

February 7, 2019

Flu is widespread across the country, which means it isn’t time to let down your guard. (If you like groundhog’s day—an early spring has been predicted this year, so maybe warm weather will come chase the flu away). Here’s a refresher on flu prevention, including keeping up on immune supporting colloidal silver. From North Dakota […]

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Last year, specialists declared the turning point (for the worse) in our battle against antibiotic resistant bacteria. It was predicted 5 years before that, but preventative changes were too little, too late. Fortunately, you can still make changes to protect yourself, like supporting your immune system with colloidal silver.

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Last year was a banner year for antibiotic resistance; it was right at the early mark for what superbug experts predicted, and tests revealed widespread bacteria carrying some pretty savvy genes for surviving antibiotics. Now, patients with untreatable illnesses are turning up in hospitals. Here are some answers to common questions:

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Checking in on Flu Season

January 4, 2018

It may still be early to make generalizations about this flu season, but the numbers don’t lie. 36 states are already reporting widespread flu activity, with 21 states reporting a high number of cases. Note that it’s hard to track flu, testing for it can yield a false negative, and (usually) only severe cases go […]

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